Bryan Moorefield 
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Re: “Detaining Profits

Thanks for this article. Why not use a term like "undocumented" instead of "illegal," though? Selective use of "illegal" essentializes “illegality” as the defining characteristic of an individual or group’s identity. We would not call a speeding driver an "illegal driver." Use of the i-word thus creates “illegal” people. This marginalizes individuals or groups from “legal” society—something especially dangerous in the US, which (arguably) holds its written law as its supreme moral standard.

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Posted by Bryan Moorefield on 02/20/2013 at 12:35 AM

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